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Dan Mitchell interviewed on Economics Explained regarding government spending & economic growth

Last week, I interviewed prominent US economist and commentator Dan Mitchell regarding government spending and economic growth for the latest episode of my Economics Explained podcast. Dan is co-founder of the Center for Freedom and Prosperity, and he is a … Continue reading

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Review of South Brisbane candidate Cameron Murray’s Game of Mates in CIS Policy magazine

Well known UQ economist Cameron Murray yesterday announced his candidacy for the Queensland State seat of South Brisbane, currently held by our formidable Deputy Premier Jackie Trad, who was already under threat from a strong challenge by the Greens’ Amy … Continue reading

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Clear evidence re-zoning decisions favour politically connected – new paper by Murray and Frijters

Cameron Murray and Paul Frijters from the School of Economics at UQ have an excellent  paper out proving what we’ve all long suspected: that the politically well-connected do much better in the property development game than those less well-connected (see … Continue reading

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